Always sit on the toilet, your knees should be higher than your hips.
Try placing a thick book or footstool under your feet to raise them.
Separate and relax your knees, lean forward with your hip.
Relax your body into your legs but keep your back straight.
Relax your abdomen and anus.
Calm breathing into the abdomen can help.
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I am a registered physiotherapist, holistic pelvic health practitioner and an educator offering consultations in my office located in Surrey, BC in Canada. My approach to healing is to address all the independent parts that can affect pelvic health (emotional, physical or psychological). I work closely with a naturopathic doctor and pregnancy acupuncturists.
I treat urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain syndromes (interstitial cystitis, prostatitis, pelvic girdle pain), sexual pain (vulvodynia, dyspareunia, vaginismus), constipation, fecal incontinence (or bowel incontinence), diastasis recti, over-active bladder, trauma and more.
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